I want to use BPT http://www.wowinterface.com/download...erTracker.html <-- this addon in your UI, but i want it to look like the castbar/targetframe.
If possible could you tell me how to achieve this?
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Last edited by Drayarr; 2013-02-23 at 12:50 AM. Reason: Reworded Request.
imgur doesn't touch the original. You can verify that easily enough by comparing hashes of an image before and after you upload it.That's just imgur destroying the quality of the image, for some reason..
Try using Abload.de for uploading screens, doesnt seem to destroy the quality as much if at all
So long as you link to the full-size version and keep the file size under 1mb you'll get back what you send.
I find that very suiting for my needs. But any code I wrote could be adjusted of course.
Last edited by Lissa; 2013-02-23 at 04:58 PM.
I've lurked for some time on here and not log ago a ui caught my eye. Carebares. That said I've been slowly working on it this is what i have so far
Its no where near finished. The problem I'm having right now is i want to use Grid for raid frames, I'm not opposed to using Ouf raid frames for party but i only want the party not the entire raid.
I've never really messed with ouf but it seems very similar to Roth stuff. And I'm sure when 5.2 hits ill need help with it in some way.
Last edited by Treeston; 2013-02-24 at 12:08 AM.
I just ported his ouf settings over, other than that i think ive done everything else. I got rid of Rabs, Rbuffs. all that replaced it with other stuff the combat text is xct a few other things.
Can you provide a workflow as an example so that we can see your claim is true?
- Make a screenshot - I went with ~500kb png file by pressing cmd+shift+4 and drawing a box.
- generate a cryptographic hash of the file -- I used md5
- drag/drop that image you created onto the imgur home page and press upload.
- download the full size image from imgur
- generate a cryptographic hash of the downloaded image
- if image 1 hash = image 2 hash then image 1 = image 2.